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MOTOR NOTES.

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ICOMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS'I BILLIARD…

I* SCOTLAND AND THE LAKE 'DISTRICT.

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ENGLISH LEAGUE-DIVISION I.…

ENGLISH LEAGUE-DIVISION li.…

NORTH WALES COASTI LEAGUE.

DIVISION II. I

NORTH WALES WEDNESDAY LEAGUE,…

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B.<NGOR GOL}' NOTES. BANGOR GOLF NOTES. The local international golf matchâScotland v. Wales-pluyed hist Saturday on our links re- sulted in a draw. We understand the teaim were as fc,.Ilows:- Soot-land. Wales. Campbell Vallamce 1 H. E. Jones, Aber- Harmsh McCumining 1 dovey 0 McGow AlcBrown. 0 George ap Ellis 0 Coordio Mac Crier 0 Price Ffoulkes White 1 Donald Cameron 1 E. Taylor Jones 1 Ra.bbio Vallar.-oo 1 Edward Rowlands 0 1 Tom MacThom 1 Hugh-es l-toberte 0 The Bickerstalle 0 J. E. Thomtas 0 Eraser, of Story 0 Tommie Thomas 1 Laurie do Femer. 0 Humphrey EtUs 1 Evan Edwardt3 1 5 5 tt « It will bo noticed that the members of both teams have n.a.m? nationally characteristic ("de" is the Franco-Scottish equivalent of "of"). Is t. eo-Scotti?ii equivalent of "<)f" ) Som<?o!M sugg -'t,,? th*a-t tb?ere was nothing on the gams" Scotland only played for a. draw. Wo hardly believe this for with nine results in and Wales leading by 5 to 4 the ex- citement of the Scotch grew inten-ve. "Rabbie" was tho hope of his side, and justified the oon. fidence replaced in him by coming in a winner, iind "niaklitg" the contest result in. "five all." â¢Â» "Scots wha' hac:" and "Cyinru am bytli!" They will figilt it out another day. it Still more cards should be taken out by d-iff(,-cr, out members in th > Perpetual Bogey Competi- tion. We want to see every playing member entering a oard for this competition. By the way, we understand the committee intend to revise the rules governing this competition. With duo humility we they consider the follow- ing :â 1. Is 6d per card too high a price? Why not 3d? 2. No restriction should be made stipulating the first round on any day must be in the competition. Any round should bo per- mitted to compete. 3. A rule tuch as Cards must be marked by another playing member" should govern tho competition. 'Ihis would permit of three and four-ball matches being played in con- junction with the competition. 4. Should not the limit handicap for the com- petition be 18? This would allow of a 25 man entering, only he would play with tho limit handicap of 18. 5. That the cards be carefully watched every month, and members' handicaps thoroughly and regularly revised in accordance with these cards. Where are those entry cards from our single figure handicaps? We think a notice drawing attention to the existence of this Perpetual Bogey Competi,tion might be circulated a.mongst the first team players. It is so very easy to overlook the notices in tho Club-house. » ⢠⢠0 The announcements for the Easter competitions will be made shortly. We trust the weather will assist the oommiitee in their efTorls to make the ooming hoiidiay season a repetition of the success in previous years. We can rely upon a substantial and inteiesf ing holiday programme. We hope every member will make an effort to attend the special general meeting called for Monday next, and support the H's011ution3 in favour of the increased subscriptions. We liave long been one of the most fortunate clubs in the British Isles in regard to the subscriptions we have paid for good golf. Even the proposed increase will still mean all exceedingly moderate subscription, at which no one can possibly cavil. » « ⢠On Saturday next we play the Carnarvonshire Golf Club at Conway. This is our first match of the season. Here's to a victory for us which shall herald a most successful season. WHY NOT? I

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NORTH WALES COAST LEAGUE.

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